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BlogSpot is one very popular blogging tool that most people enjoy making use of, however, one challenge that seems a bit frequent is the fact that most users of this tool do not like the option of hosting on the blogspot domain (i.e example.blogspot.com)
Here we will be looking at how to add a custom domain to your blogspot account.
To map your registered domain to your Blogspot account, follow the steps below:
First things first, You must ensure to have your domain name registered.
i) Go to your blog and click on Basics under the Settings tab.
ii) In the “Publishing” section, click the link to add a custom domain.
iii) Type the url of the domain you’ve purchased, keeping in mind that it must begin with www in order to work.
iv) Click Save.
v) You should see an error, and two CNAMEs listed below. Each CNAME is composed of two parts – Zone Name, Zone Value.
i) Go to domains.upperlink.ng and locate the DNS (Domain Name System) settings in the manage domain area of your domain.
ii) Now it’s time to enter the CNAMEs. Where it says Zone Name, enter “www”, Select CNAME as the Zone Type and list
i) Head back to Blogspot, and remember to check the option that says redirect www.example.com to example.com.
ii) Save options on Blogspot
And that is it, but do remember that all DNS updates take between 2 -48hrs for full propagation so you may not see
If after adding the Cnames correctly, your site comes up only if you add www; then you have to go back to your
Go to your Blogger blog’s dashboard.
Click on Settings in the left-hand menu and then Basic (if it doesn’t automatically go to Basic, but it probably will.)
Under the Publishing section, you should see your domain name(Next to it is an Edit link ). Click the Edit link.
A window will expand and there should be an empty checkbox under the domain name that says “Redirect
|Re: How to map Upperlink.ng domain to Blogspot account by chukwu: 7:49 pm On October 17, 2017|
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